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Posted: May 5, 2012 8:23 p.m.

Oxford Circle K honored

Oxford Circle K, the college version of Kiwanis, was named Oxford College's service organization of the year for the 300 hours the group dedicated to various causes during the year.

On an individual basis, members contributed more than 700 hours to a variety of service projects and Circle K members accounted for more than half of the top 10 volunteers on campus.

The group was honored with a small banquet Friday at the Card Student Center, as well as photo frames.

Circle K members helped out with Relay for Life, Mock Trial, a clothes drive to raise money for Wellspring (a woman's rehabilitation center in Atlanta), Great American Clean Up, volunteering at Paws Atlanta, hosting a military panel for students at Oxford, the Washington Street Community Center, an orphan Christmas party, Family Promise, money for the American Heart Association, Alternative Spring Break 2012, 4-H, Rivers Alive, a Scrabble tournament for Newton READS and community gardens.

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